Ovarian Cancer | OMICS International | Journal Of Women's Health Care

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Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is one of the most leading fetal gynaecological malignancies in women worldwide . The high mortality rate of this disease is because of its poor prognosis and that approximately 75% of the patients are diagnosed at advanced stages (FIGO stages III and IV). Therefore, adjuvant chemotherapy is necessary for the clinical management of patients with advanced tumors . Platinumbased combination chemotherapy is the standard first-line strategy for ovarian cancer patients. Although initial treatment achieves high percentage in responses, most of the patients will eventually develop resistance to anti-cancer drugs . Therefore, chemoresistance is the major clinical obstacle for the treatment of ovarian cancer patients nowadays. Mounting evidences have documented that de novo (intrinsic) and acquired (extrinsic) chemoresistance are two major most likely mechanisms in various human cancers. However, the precise mechanism for chemoresistance in ovarian cancer remains unclear. (Liu MX, Chan DW, Ngan HYS (2012) Mechanisms of Chemoresistance in Human Ovarian Cancer at a Glance.)
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Last date updated on March, 2021